I had promised myself that I would not write another article on reflections from my many visits to Omaha, attending Berkshire Hathaway annual shareholders’ meetings. Yet reading Warren Buffett’s touching tribute to his friend, mentor and long-time business partner, Charlie Munger, I was moved to pay homage to a man whom Buffett affectionately referred to as being “Old Testament”.

The thought of seeing Buffett, alone on stage, without Charlie peering through his fish-bowl-lensed spectacles, eating peanut brittle and drinking Coca-Cola, left me with a deep sense of sorrow and loss...

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